Topic: Environment

Project WILD is an interdisciplinary conservation and environmental education program emphasizing wildlife. During this outstanding hands-on workshop, participants will be provided with two curriculum guides filled with more than 150 easy to use educational activities. Incorporate powerful techniques and methods for teaching problem solving and decision-making skills to students. All...

Part of the Environmental Education Workshop Series. 

During this workshop, participants will experience the wetland classes taught at the Center. During Wetland Ecology participants will observe and collect data, determining water quality through biotic and abiotic parameters. Plants - Work Horse of the Wetland will give participants the opportunity to identify the key plants of...

Help remove invasive plants that are growing by leaps and bounds with the warm weather. Target plants are Johnson grass and trumpet vine especially, but there are plenty of others we’ll tackle as well. Most work will occur in the butterfly garden and along the paths. Bring work gloves, sun hats and sun protection, water, and your favorite tools for weeding.

Info: Marcie Haley ...

Help remove  invasive plants that are growing by leaps and bounds with the warm weather. Target plants are Johnson grass and trumpet vine especially, but thre are plenty of others we’ll tackle as well. Most work will occur in the butterfly garden and along the paths. Bring work gloves, sun hats and sun protection, water, and your favorite tools for weeding.

Info: Marcie Haley ...

Garland’s Duck Creek Mosasaur Project by Darlene Sumerfelt and two other volunteers

Children in Nature Network North Texas executive chair Amanda Stone Norton and Speakers Bureau chair Heather Foote present the vital contributions of network founder and author Richard Louv in revitalizing a global nature movement. His books Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder and The Nature Principle: Reconnecting with Life in a Virtual Age...

Camp Fire needs your help to plant 25,000 daffodil bulbs by the Trinity River in Fort Worth. If you can dig in the dirt, you can be a part of Camp Fire First Texas’ legacy project in celebration of the Centennial year.  

Saturday, Nov. 1, 10am-4pm

Sunday, Nov. 2, 11am-3pm 

Choose your arrival time at CampFireFW.org or call 817-831-2111 for more details.

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Green Source DFW, a project of the Memnosyne Institute, is hosting its first-ever fundraising 5K run. The inaugural Run for the Environment will be held Oct. 11, 2014 at Cedar Hill State Park.

The event will be timed on a measured course.  

Proceeds will support Green Source DFW and its mission to advance the environmental movement in North Texas. 

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Part of the North Texas Innovative Technology & Diversity Summit. This two-day summit [Aug. 6-7] brings together national and local industry leaders, corporate executives, technology experts, entrepreneurs and business owners. In addition, NTITDS will also honor and award outstanding women in technology and the leading innovative small business in North Texas.

Keynote...